A bill that requires all Connecticut colleges to establish “affirmed consent” as the threshold for determining whether sexual activity is consensual is moving through the General Assembly.
Connecticut lawmakers gave final legislative approval Tuesday to a wide-ranging bill that attempts to address and prevent sexual assault on college campuses, mirroring some of the newly released recommendations from a White House task force.
After a week of controversy over raises he approved for some administrators, the president of the Board of Regents for Higher Education has resigned.
A new tally of students in Connecticut colleges and universities shows enrollments have reached a record high for the 10th consecutive year, driven partly by noteworthy growth at small independent schools.
A new state report says almost a third of Connecticut public college and university students are from minority groups and that their graduation rates are lagging.